We are so pleased to have been shortlisted for the Learning Technologies Awards! The winners will be announced on 18th November 2020.

Safeguarding VR

Created in partnership with BODYSWAPS, Safeguarding VR is a 20-minutes real-time interactive learning experience developed to train aid workers on how to handle conversations with survivors of safeguarding incidents. Safeguarding VR has been shortlisted for two awards:

✔️ Most Innovative New Learning Technologies Product
✔️ Best Use of Simulations or Virtual Environments for Training

Access the Safeguarding VR immersive experience here

Field Managers In Emergencies, Learning & Development (FIELD) Programme

The FIELD Programme, created by Save the Children UK, is a ground-breaking, free capacity strengthening programme for mid-level field managers working in humanitarian response. It has been shortlisted for two awards:

✔️ Best online distance learning programme
✔️ Excellence in the design of learning content – public & non-profit sector

FIELD programme

“It’s a real honour just to be shortlisted for such prestigious awards. The high quality of the programme hinges on the co-creation of content with experts working in the field, so we would like to acknowledge all who have contributed to the programme thus far. If you’ve engaged with the programme and would like to share your success stories to help us progress in the competition, please do so here.“
– Tim Carpentier, Humanitarian Capacity Building Programme Manager at Save the Children UK

You can access FIELD for free on Kaya:
➡️ FIELD in English
➡️ FIELD in Arabic

Coaching and Mentoring online game

Created in partnership with Gamoteca, this online game helps learners put into practice the coaching skills taught in the Introduction to Coaching and Mentoring course on Kaya. It enables them to practically apply their coaching knowledge and skills, and assess the impact of their coaching practice. The game has been shortlisted for one award:

✔️ Best learning game

Click here to start the game on Kaya

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